The male bias and biological motion : a role for scene complexity?

Jacalyn Hall
The ability of observers to extract and process social information from visual representations of other people is well documented, this includes biological sex judgements (e.g., Brooks, Gaetano & van der Zwan, 2011; Cheng, O’Toole & Abdi, 2001; Thompson & Bentler, 1971). Interestingly, it has been reported that when a target is perceptually sex-ambiguous or facing-the-viewer observers are more likely to respond male than female, a phenomenon known as the male bias (Armann & Bülthoff, 2012;...
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